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Named for the beautiful Cottonwood trees that grow along the Verde River, the town grew from a small farming community to the Verde Valley’s population center, called “the biggest little town in Arizona” by the late 1920’s.

At that time Old Town businesses supported residents and workers of many mines that operated in nearby communities.

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